We all had those favorite ornaments as a kid, the ones we fought with our siblings to be able to put on the tree ourselves, the ones whose origins we didn’t know but whose presence was a cherished part of our childhood. Now that we’re all grown up, it’s time to start building Christmas ornament collections of our own. With each ornament you give, you’re helping your friend get one step closer to not having to throw a whole bunch of those gold balls (that always fall off) on their tree.
If Western countries have Christmas holiday then Eastern countries have Lunar New Year.
Once Christmas is over, the winter months can feel like a dreary, leafless wasteland. A little bit of indoor plant life can inject some much needed green (of the non-$$ variety) into the gloom of January and February. Also great for a friend who’s considering getting a pet or starting a family, and who needs a little practice in keeping something alive.
Bia hoi and Vietnamese coffee.
As I have introduced you in my previous post, today I will review and also recommend you what to drink in Hanoi, Vietnam to make your travel in Vietnam memorable. Yes, they are Cà phê and Bia Hơi or Coffee and Fresh Beer.
What to do in Hanoi Part 2: Hanoi eating
No need to introduce any further, one thing I can make sure is that Hanoi cuisine would immediately amaze you with its complicated taste and definitely become a highlight while travelling in Vietnam.